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Topic - Josh Thole
After throwing pitches into the seventh inning, R.A. Dickey hailed Melky Cabrera for his one perfect toss.
R.A. Dickey couldn't control his knuckleball in his first start of the season.
Cy ya later.
Cy ya later.
Eager for a new challenge and certainly a better chance to win, R.A. Dickey broke the news of his trade even before the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets.
Josh Thole has been activated from the disabled list and the New York Mets' top catcher is back in the lineup following a concussion.
Much harm can ensue when a splintered bat goes buzzing toward a pitcher. So no one would have blamed Stephen Strasburg on Tuesday night if he'd given wide berth to what came flying his way. Call it, for lack of a better term, a Barrel of Something Other Than Laughs.
Mets player representative Josh Thole hopes to come to an agreement soon with Major League Baseball on a policy that would allow his team to wear emergency service-department caps during games on Sept. 11 every year.
"It's been moving an awful lot, more so than I've seen in the past even, so I think that's a contributing factor to the walks," catcher Josh Thole said.
Catcher Josh Thole said Cabrera's throw was "right on the money."